Some extra thought continuing on from the previous post about VR and photography…
- VR and photography could work really well together when it comes to imagery for products, interior design and location/holiday booking imagery.
- VR could be used so people can view the 360 view of a certain product they’d be interesting in buying.
- Interior design/home photographers could use VR content for estate agent websites… so if people are viewing images of a house online, they actually get to see what the house is like through VR footage. This would benefit people if they couldn’t make it to the house to view it on a certain day etc, they could quickly go online, select a house and have a full house tour through VR footage.
- It could even become part of booking a holiday online. Rather than looking at still images on a holiday booking website, viewers could get a full view/tour of the apartment, villa, hotel or holiday park they are looking at. They would get to see all aspects of the rooms, facilities and surroundings. Something like this could really benefit holiday companies as most websites these days forge the images they use to make somewhere look like they’re not.